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The UCL School of Pharmacy is located in Bloomsbury, central London
About the School
The UCL School of Pharmacy is dedicated to teaching and research in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences
Research work within the UCL School of Pharmacy is organised into nine Research Clusters
UCL is ranked 5th in the world for Pharmacy
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New research is focusing on how hospital electronic prescribing can be used to improve safety and quality of medication use, as a part of the UCL Institute of Digital Health (UCL IDH) and Cerner UK collaborative partnership. More...
The UCL Technology Fund (UCLTF), which provides funding and support for UCL’s most transformative innovations, has approved an investment of up to £1m in Professor Stephen Neidle’s ‘G-Quadruplex’ Targeting project, which has the potential to treat pancreatic and other cancers. More...
Pharmaceutics PhD student Ukrit Angkawinitwong highly commended in the Anglo-Thai Society’s 2016 Educational Awards for Excellence More...
Top poster prize awarded to Nicholas J. Hobson (PhD student, UCL School of Pharmacy) for research presented in the area of diagnostic nanoparticles at the Globalization of Pharmaceutics Education Network (GPEN) 2016. More...
Dr Yogini Jani, UCL secondee and Honorary Lecturer, has been successful in getting one of six three-year improvement science fellowships funded by the Health Foundation. More...
Nadia Bukhari was recently invited by the South African Pharmacy Council to present at their 2nd National Pharmacy Conference on UK practices. More...
Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) has recently announced their largest ever annual funding award of nearly £200k to support Pharmacy Research. These PRUK personal awards are designed to support those new to research as well as pharmacists leading their first projects, fulfilling one of PRUK’s charitable objectives of developing the pharmacy research leaders of the future. One of the recipients is a current MPharm student, Helen Chang. More...